Submissions open for island play festival

Island Theatre is accepting submissions of original short plays by established and aspiring playwrights with a connection to Kitsap County for its upcoming ninth annual Ten-Minute Play Festival.

The deadline for play submissions is Feb. 14.

Winning plays will be selected by a panel of theatre professionals and will be announced in April.

Each of the eight to 10 plays selected will be fully staged using local actors and directors. Each play will be performed four times over the weekend of Aug. 13 to Aug. 15 at Bainbridge Performing Arts.

All performances will be free or pay-as-you-choose.

This contest is open to all playwrights, high school age and above, who are past or present residents of Kitsap County or have a strong Kitsap County connection.

For more information and submission guidelines, go to

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